MONSOON PROJECT – POETRY WORKSHOP A three hours poetry workshop where you will flex your poetic muscles to uncover new facets of your own poetry and explore the work of French poet, Jacques Prevert. In the course of the session, you will also try your hand at infusing the beauty of the ultimate romance language of French into your verses. Rs.200 for students & members of AFB | Rs.400 general public Registration here: In partnership with The Poetry Club Read More »


EDEN by Mia Hansen-Løve (131′) Eden is an affecting trip into the electronic dance movement in Paris. Based on the experiences of Hansen-Løve’s brother Sven, the film follows Paul, a teenager in the underground scene of earlynineties Paris. He forms a DJ collective named Cheers, and together he and his friends plunge into the ephemeral nightlife of sex, drugs, and endless music. ♦Trailer♦ In partnership with Institut Français Read More »

FRENCH CINEMA- Comme un lion / Little Lion

Comme un lion / Little Lion by Samuel Collardey (102′) Mitri is fifteen and lives in a Senegalese village. Like all boys his age, he plays football and dreams of Barça and of Chelsea. When a recruiting agent picks him up out, Mitri believes his chance has come. His family chips in and puts itself into debt to help him. Once in Paris, everything collapses: Mitri finds himself abandoned, without a dime in his pocket. An odyssey which will require all his resourcefulness hence begins. ♦Trailer♦   ... Read More »

AF @ DR BHAU DAJI LAD MUSEUM- Painters from the Renaissance part 2

Grünewald – Retable d’Issenheim / Altarpiece of Issenheim (1512-1513) (30′) Raphaël- Portrait de Baldassare Castiglione / Portrait of Baldassare Castiglione (around 1514/1515) (30′) Véronèse – Le repas chez Levi / The meal at Levi’s (1573) (30′)   Following the first part of painters from the Renaissance, discover some amazing documentaries by Jaubert!       In partnership with Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum & Institut français Read More »


NOCTURAMA by Bertrand Bonello (130′) A disturbingly relevant snapshot of contemporary tensions, Bertrand Bonello’s “Nocturama” observes in minute detail how a small group plans and executes a series of terror attacks in Paris before retreating to a luxurious department store. These are not your garden-variety extremists, but a mix of people of different ages and origins, which makes this sure-to-be controversial treatment all the more provocative. ♦Trailer♦ In partnership with Institut Français Read More »